Definition of labor market in English:

labor market

Syllabification: la·bor mar·ket


The supply of available workers in relation to available work: a diverse workforce in a tight labor market
More example sentences
  • The fortunes of working families rise and fall with conditions in the labor market.
  • In such a labor market, workers would enjoy the best of all possible economic worlds.
  • Throughout the year some workers may appear in the labor market and then withdraw.

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